Resorts replace fine dining traditions with trendy alternatives

Resorts in the Phoenix and Scottsdale, Ariz., areas are dropping their familiar formal dining rooms in favor of trendier, more casual eateries designed for a younger generation of travelers. Traditional dishes, such as beef Wellington, and dress codes are being cast aside for Kobe steak, less-stuffy dining rooms and big-name chefs.

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